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Presto HeatDish Plus Footlight - Parabolic Electric Heater Where can I find these??? They are great.

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I JUST BOUGHT A HEATDISH PLUS FOOTLIGHT FROM "COSTCO" IN OLYMPIA WASHINGTON BUT I HAVE NO WARRANTEE TO SEND IN TO YOU.

ANY HELP????

THANK YOU

CHRIS

Posted on Oct 19, 2008

Http://www.gopresto.com

Or try a thrift store for a used one. Do a search for "heat dish" without the quotes, and you will get a few hits. Amazon.com has a few of this type of heater.

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

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